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Beautifully painted with such smooth blends. Surprisingly pretty for a wood golem tree thingie. All it needs is a little squirrel or bird for a buddy to keep it company. Okay, maybe that's just me! ::P:

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Wow that really pops and it looks very natural and organic, you definitely captured the look of nature here 

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His foliage looks so vibrant - a realistic forest glow - the bit of bright blue are nice as well

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That's a lovely model, and really nicely painted.

 

But has somebody been using him for hanging up washing!?!

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Those leaves are gorgeous.  Did you paint each one individually?  It sure looks like it.

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3 hours ago, wdmartin said:

Those leaves are gorgeous.  Did you paint each one individually?  It sure looks like it.

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I had a green basecoat, with dark green wash and some light green drybrushing.

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Whoa! That mini looks like broccoli*!

 

 

*No. NOT what the Reaper filters edit out. I mean the actual green veggies.

 

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Beautiful job, it's funny because I know how massive he is, and in theory, were he metal, he should be so heavy, but he's plastic, so light as a feather.  Very nicely painted!

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